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Meeting for the First Time: Dos and Don'ts!

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Job, Money, and Television Dictating the Relationship?

Partners aren't always to blame for relationship issues.  Most often, what you do with your time and the attitude that goes along with it is to blame! - Nicholl McGuire



Gone are the days when you and your partner were head over heels in love with one another.  As much as you tried to avoid the boring routines that tend to affect so many relationships, before you knew it, you fell into the trap.  You don't find him or her that interesting, you don't bother to create some time together, and you have little, if anything, to say about your partner that is positive.


Three seemingly harmless issues that later become big problems in the relationship are often argued about, ignored sometimes, and wreck havoc on romance.


1.  Job


The job is the all-too-important god in the relationship.  Everyone who lives with the one who is making the most money must adhere to the unspoken rules related to the job.  A few of those rules include:  One doesn't ask to do much during the work week…

Dating Burnout, Blues: Do You Have It?

When you are tired of the dating scene, often frustrated with the guys or gals who take interest in you because they are just not your type, and have little patience to talk to anyone new, you are experiencing a time of "dating blues" or dating burnout  I use the term "dating blues," because years ago, before meeting my current husband, I had a mix of sadness, anger and tiredness when it came to dating. 


You know you are going through something when you have more bad stories then good ones about dates and you could practically write a rhythm and blues song about your emotions concerning them.  There is just not enough positive energy going on when it comes to meeting, dating, and sleeping with these people.  It's either a hum, drum world or a "what did I just get myself into" kind of world with these dates and the more you do it, the more you get more of the same.


When dating burnout/blues shows up and shows out, here's what you do:


1.  You avoi…

Make Love Not Porn: Cindy Gallop at TEDxOxford

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How to Tell She's Lying

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Signs of Verbal Abuse in a Spouse

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You are Not Crazy - Relationship Drama, Business Challenges and Parentin...

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Preying Older Men Praying to Get Young Women to Use for Money

Tips Dating Older Men, Dating Younger Women: Preying Older Men Praying to Get Young Women to Us...: There are older men who legitimately want a relationship with young women, yet there are others who are looking to pimp them.  These men ar...

Singles: Some Things You Forgot About Being in a Relationship

Praying on his knees one night with the hope to find a wife one day, his prayer is answered (at least so he thinks).  He eventually meets that special someone that appeared to be right for him during the early stages of the courtship.  But as he learns more about her, he remembers why he remained single for so long.


A woman with children and no man to complete her happy home is disappointed after months of dating a man who has far too much baggage than she can handle.  She recalls why she didn't want to start dating especially with young children still at home.


In both scenarios, the individuals are unhappy and wish for their single, uncomplicated lives prior to welcoming others into their worlds.  Although many singles desire to be in an intimate relationship with someone, there are those who know that its just not right for them now or never. 


If you are single and frustrated with finding a match, be reminded of those little things you might have forgotten about when it comes …

Steve Harvey Straight Talk No Chaser | Dating Advice For Men And Women

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Losing Your Mind in an Abusive Relationship?

Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate: Losing Your Mind in an Abusive Relationship? Viole...: He thinks you don't pay attention to the money that suddenly goes missing, the keys that are moved, the odd times he shows up, and the ...

Christian Relationships: Living Life Through Parents

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